Students From Norfolk Fly to Poland for Meaningful Visit to Auschwitz
Students from schools across Norfolk visited Poland this week as part of a nationwide project to learn more about the atrocities of the Auschwitz concentration and death camps.
CCTV Released After Bike Stolen In Norwich
Police are appealing for help to identify two men following a bicycle theft in Norwich.
CCTV Released After Fakenham Superdrug Theft
Police are appealing for help to identify a man and woman following a shop theft in Fakenham last month.
Court rejects Alfie Evans appeal as hospital trust speaks of staff being 'abused'
Judges have thrown out appeals made by the parents of terminally ill Alfie Evans to allow him to be taken to Italy for treatment.
Judge warns of 'darker side' to Alfie Evans support as police issue warning
A senior judge in the case of terminally ill Alfie Evans has spoken of a "darker side" to some offers of support to the boy's distressed family.
Iranian-British academic Abbas Edalat detained in Iran
An Iranian-British academic has been arrested in Iran by the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), a human rights group has said.
Hank Azaria would 'step aside' over Simpsons Apu criticism
Hank Azaria has said he is "willing to step aside" following controversy over his voicing of the Simpsons' Indian character Apu Nahasapeemapetilon.
'Bedazzling' Avengers: Infinity War could break records
Marvel Studio's latest superhero movie Avengers: Infinity War is expected to have one of the biggest opening weekends on record.
Sir Cliff Richard: BBC says helicopter raid coverage was in 'public interest'
A senior BBC journalist has told a High Court judge that the corporation had a public interest responsibility to cover a police search of Sir Cliff Richard's home.